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". I deem lane teddy Goldman is our producer. Among the top stories we're following for you was we right into this Thursday morning together on WTO. CBS News brief having lost a lot of its value yesterday and at risk of failure of Swiss bank now says it is taking action to avoid that and Swiss banking regulators say they are ready to help. In a joint statement, they said Credit Suisse does have the funds it's required to hold as a systemically important bank. Nonetheless, they would make sure it has any cash it needs. Jonathan Joseph's of the BBC and onward of that shares in that bank now surging up. A freight train has derailed in western Arizona on air its common borders with Nevada and California. It was carrying hazardous material, but you sure itself tells us there are no reports of any spills at this time. The NTSB heading to the scene to lead the investigation. KPH OTD is Michael romandi. North Korea will keep on test firing missiles. Its latest one, a few hours ago. It's feared North Korea might fire another missile, as far as the Pacific, or conduct a nuclear test, having been deemed ready to do so for the last year. Reporter Alex Jensen and Seoul, CBS News brief, I'm Tom fully. Double DT will be at four 33 and else should the biggest challenge this Thursday morning to abortion rights since roe versus wade was overturned last year in the summer in June, a federal judge in Texas hearing arguments Wednesday midweek this week in a case that seeks to overturn the FDA Food and Drug Administration's approval of the widely used abortion pill, it's called mifepristone and remove it from the market entirely, they say, more than half of all abortions in the U.S. are actually medication abortions. CBS correspondent Christina rafini was at the courthouse this week. Federal judge Matthew Kuzma, a Trump appointee, heard from an anti abortion rights organization that argued the FDA improperly approved mifepristone, posing a risk to patients. The judge appeared sympathetic in his questioning, asking the group's lawyers if there's precedent for a court to withdraw FDA approval of a drug. The FDA argued the drug is safe and effective, approved up to the tenth week of pregnancy and has been on the market for more than 20 years. He'll issue a ruling as soon as possible on the issue of safety to leading the American medical organization's file documents two of them did in support of the Food and Drug Administration saying the drug is safe and effective. Resident Joe Biden on another front, keeping the focus this week on lowering those prescription drug costs of yours. One day, after a major insulin maker announced it would drastically cut its prices during the speech just this week in Las Vegas, our nation's leader said the administration is still focused intensely on lowering your healthcare costs. Let's finish the job. Let's protect the lower prescription drug costs for everyone. Let's expand healthcare for more people to get care. President Biden also took aim at quote mega Republicans saying their intent on dialing back Medicare coverage for millions of Americans. These talking points will likely be central to the president's expected reelection campaign. More testimony this week in the grand jury investigation into whether or not former president Donald J Trump committed crimes went at the time of payment was made in 2016 to adult film star stormy Daniels. Among those testifying on Wednesday, former Trump attorney Michael Cohen. I complied with everything and now it's in the hands of our district attorney. Cohen has previously said that he paid stormy Daniels $130,000 in the final weeks of the 2016 campaign to keep her from going public about her relationship with former president Trump. Donald Trump needs to be held accountable for his dirty deeds. The DA is determining whether Trump illegally falsified business records when he reimbursed Cohen for the payment to Daniels. Steve fetterman's CBS News. Meanwhile, we're this morning the Daniels is apparently telling prosecutors she is willing to be a witness in the investigation stay tuned. Congress still has a lot of questions this morning about the recent banking failures, but there's not a lot of agreement on what to do next about this situation. We get more now from WTO Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller, this Thursday morning. The Senate's number two Republican, John thune, says members of his conference won a basic question answered by regulators. What happened? I mean, how come they were asleep at the switch and didn't see this coming. Some Democrats, including Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren, are proposing new legislation that would reestablish regulations covering midsize banks that were scaled back in 2018. Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer will only say that he hopes there could be some bipartisan approach to the issue while voicing support for the response of the Biden administration. I have faith in President Biden's secretary Yellen and the Federal Reserve they have all hands on deck to manage this. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO news. Meantime, the Credit Suisse bank says it is taking decisive action to preemptively strengthen its liquidity by borrowing more than 50 billion bucks from the Swiss national bank. CBS correspondent, astrid Martinez, with more on that for us. Investor fierce and U.S. bank stocks tumbling, but banks paired back some losses when the Swiss national bank announced it would provide assistance to Credit Suisse if needed. In the U.S., it was the Biden administration and the FDIC that stepped in, promising full repayment of all the posits in two failed banks. At four 37, traffic and weather coming up. 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"Affidavit released Friday shows president Trump had top secret documents stored at his Mar-a-Lago home. The affidavit states those boxes of documents were turned over in January, but the national archives was concerned at Trump had more. That prompted an FBI investigation and raid on Trump's home earlier this month. The bureau claims agents found more classified material during that search. President Biden is pushing hard for the protection of abortion rights in the U.S., court got right. I nearly 50 years. Congress in my view should codify for once and for all. Biden dropped by a meeting of some state and local officials at The White House and called abortion a key issue in November's midterm elections. The Supreme Court recently overturned roe V wade and left abortion up to individual states. Consumer sentiment is improving as inflation has slowed down. The University of Michigan's final reading for August gained over 6 points as it continued to rebound from an all time low in June. Lower income consumers posted the largest gains in sentiment, but the overall outlook remains low by historical standards. Moderna is suing Pfizer and BioNTech over alleged patent infringement, Sierra Lee Kessler reports Moderna claims it's being ripped off by Pfizer, the New York pharmaceutical giant, and BioNTech Pfizer's German partner. The suit involves the two companies making their COVID-19 vaccine by copying Moderna's patent protected mRNA technology. Today, both Pfizer and Moderna are manufacturing to the most widely used mRNA vaccines in use around the world, reports say the autopsy for country music star Naomi Judd has been complete in Tennessee, an autopsy report from the Nashville medical examiner's office says the 76 year old musician died by suicide by an apparent self inflicted gunshot wound. I'm Brian shook. Federal agents keep arresting suspects from Ohio accused in the January 6th attack on the U.S. capitol. Jack crumley has the details. Among those arrested this past week, Jonathan Joseph Copeland of fort Shawnee in northwest Ohio, investigators say he pushed a large metal Trump sign into capitol police that day. The 28 year old charged with felony counts of assaulting resisting or impeding police with a dangerous weapon and interfering with officers, along with misdemeanor crimes. The U.S. attorney's office calls him a rioter who pushed the sign into police and then entered parts of the capitol, including the crypt upwards of 50 people have been arrested in Ohio so far charged in that attack. I'm Jack crumbly. A rally is planned tomorrow at the Texas capital demanding a special session on new gun laws, the group which includes parents of the May attack at the ivaldi elementary school wants the Texas legislature to raise the minimum AR-15 purchase age to 21. The city of Pico Rivera, California, is naming a street after late Mexican singing icon, Vicente Fernández. Bill Hewlett has more. In a special ceremony, the street leading into Pico Rivera sports arena will officially be called avenida Vicente Fernández. Fernández performed that arena in the Los Angeles suburbs several times during his career, he died last year at the age of 81, in February, the Los Angeles city council also voted to name a street in Boyle heights after Fernández. I'm Phil Hewlett. A Missouri school district is bringing back spanking students for disciplinary measures. The castle school district 15 minutes from the Arkansas border gave parents forms to specify if they want to authorize the school to be able to use a paddle on their kid. The measure is formally known as Corporal punishment and it involves striking students on their backside with a wooden paddle when they're behaving poorly
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"Three hours GMT this is the newsroom from the BBC World Service I'm Gareth Barlow coming up I thank all of you from this first round who have voted for me You can all count on me to implement the project of progress Openness and French and European independence in France's presidential election the top two from Sunday's poll Emmanuel Macron and marine le pen will face each other in a runoff vote in two weeks time Meanwhile in Ukraine When my husband told the Russians to take him instead they pointed their machine gun and said go home or we will take your bows Harrowing testimony of the death and destruction wrought by Russian troops also to come we'll hear how drought is affecting the lives of children in Somalia and the Mexican president has won a referendum on whether he should stay in office We'll be live in Mexico City This is the BBC Hello I'm Neil Nunez with the BBC News with most of the votes counted in the first round of the French presidential election Emmanuel Macron will face the far right leader marine le pen in the runoff in two weeks time results currently show only a two percentage point difference between them with mister mackerel and just over 27% in miss lepen on just over 25% Is in Paris Both presidential hopefuls seem to have made gains since they last ran for office 5 years ago who wins the next round of this election will depend on voters who don't particularly like either of them and the predictions are it'll be close Marine le pen still faces criticism that her program is racist and her party's xenophobic but after 5 years of president Macron there are those who want to keep him out of office too those who watched the UK vote for Brexit and the U.S. vote for Trump and are asking themselves what's the solution for France Addressing his supporters in the French capital shortly after the results mister mackerel urged voters to rally behind him in the next round stressing that nothing is decided I solemnly invite all our citizens whatever their beliefs and choices in the first round to join us I am fully aware that that might not be support for our particular project and I respect that Some will do it to build a wall against the extreme right I'm ready to create something new To bring everyone together to build a joint communal action in the service of our nation The World Bank says Ukraine needs financial support immediately because of the war with Russia It expects the country's economy to shrink by 45% this year more from Jonathan Joseph's The fighting has taken thousands of lives but it's also devastated the economy much of Ukraine's workforce has been forced to flee or fight The World Bank says many years of progress have been undone with the effects being felt in surrounding countries too Ukraine was a major source of crops such as sunflower oil and wheat but with exports brought to a halt global food prices have risen and Ukraine has lost an important earner The development body has already provided nearly a $1 billion of assistance and is promising another 2 billion in the months ahead Ukraine's military says ten people including children have been killed in Russian shelling in the northeastern kharkiv region as Moscow intensifies its offensive there the head of military administration said the fiercest fighting was around the town of ishim satellite images have shown hundreds of Russian military vehicles redeployed there world news from the BBC Israeli troops have shot and killed two women and two men in separate incidents as tension continues across the country after a wave of attacks in recent weeks three where Palestinians but local media says the fourth was a Jewish settler thought to be suffering from mental illness The president of Mexico and dress Manuel Lopez Obrador has easily won a referendum on whether he should step down or complete his 6 year attempt around 91% of people voted in favor of him staying in office until 2024 but the turnouts at around 17 and a half percent meant that even if he had lost the result would not have been binding Rallies have been held in cities across Pakistan to protest against the removal of Imran Khan from his post as prime minister following a no confidence vote in parliament Images in Pakistan's media show thousands of people gathered in Karachi and Lahore waving torches and the flags in the dark and chanting in support of mister Khan The world number one golfer has Scotty scheffler has won the masters at Augusta a strong finish from Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy earned him more than one and a half $1 million in prize money for coming in second place Our golf correspondent Ian Carter was watching Remarkably scheffler four putted the final green for a double bogey The moment got to him but it didn't matter The quality of his golf throughout the entire week meant that he still won by three shots Meanwhile Rory McIlroy went on a tear hauling a bunker shop for birdie at the last to shoot a record equaling 64 and finished second It was never going to be enough though Until that hiccup at the last scheffler played like the world number one that he is and claims his first major at only the tenth attempt Ian Carter reporting BBC world news Your listening to the Israeli from the BBC World Service with me Gareth Barlow People in France are choosing a new president and it looks like a repeat of the 2017 election most of the votes in the first round have been counted with a Manuel Macron once again poised to face marine le pen in the runoff fate in two weeks time Shortly after the projections were announced president Macron addressed his supporters in Paris.
"jonathan joseph" Discussed on WBUR
"Is that so far in this election it's really their core supporters who voted for them and the runoff will depend on what voters on the far left for example decide to do with their votes on the voters on the conservative right And so far predictions suggest that they might be split between both candidates The World Bank says Ukraine needs financial support immediately because of the war with Russia It expects the country's economy to shrink by 45% this year Jonathan Joseph says the details Much of Ukraine's workforce has been forced to flee or fight Businesses have closed roads factories and other infrastructure has been destroyed The world banks as many years of progress have been undone with the effects being felt in surrounding countries too Ukraine was a major source of crops such as sunflower oil and wheat but with exports brought to a halt global food prices have risen and Ukraine has lost an important earner The development body has already provided nearly a $1 billion of assistance and is promising another 2 billion in the months ahead Ukraine's military says ten people including children have been killed in Russian shelling in the northeastern hockey region as Moscow intensifies its offensive there The head of hockey is military administrations of the fiercest fighting was around the town of isum Israeli troops have shot dead two women and two men in separate incidents that reflect the high tensions in the country hit by a wave of attacks in recent weeks More details in this report from use of taha The Israeli army shot data Palestinian woman in the occupied West Bank city of Hebron who had stabbed an officer Earlier the shot and killed an unarmed Palestinian woman near Bethlehem They said she defied orders to stay back Later in the evening near the southern Israeli coastal city of Ashkelon a senior army commander shot dead a man who had snatched a weapon from an Israeli service woman Local media say he was a Jewish settler thought to have been suffering from mental illness And in the latest incident Israeli troops shot dead at 21 year old Palestinian man near Bethlehem they've accused him of throwing a molotov cocktail at an Israeli car World news from the BBC Gunmen in Nigeria have attacked villages in plateau state killing at least 26 people with many others feared dead In the village of gambo residents say at least 20 bodies have been found while in Karam the alleged at least 6 people have been killed A local official told the BBC there were more victims in two other villages and many people are missing The attackers and motorbikes also stole cattle and burnt down homes The poles have closed in Mexico in an unprecedented referendum on whether the president and dressed by Andrew Lopez Obrador should step down or complete his 6 year term Mister Lopez Obrador had himself called for the recall election to confirm his mandate will grant us in Mexico City It was a campaign promise by him that he would install this that he would put his mandate up for review by the people halfway through but there is widespread indifference I went to polling station where there are very very few people In his heartland in other places there were cues so there has been turnout but the key here is not really the result is whether or not he gets the 40% threshold he needs to make the vote binding That's what everybody's waiting for The numbers on turnout Rallies have been held in cities across Pakistan to protest against the removal of Imran Khan from his post as prime minister following a no confidence vote in parliament images in Pakistan's media show thousands of people gathered in Karachi and Lahore waving torches and flags A long time rival shabazz Sharif is expected to be voted in parliament to replace mister Khan on Monday A powerful dust storm has swept across large areas of Iraq leaving some people with respiratory problems The country's meteorological office at such dust storms are becoming increasingly common due to drought and desertification BBC News Before becoming a musician I worked as a face painter Sometimes dressed as a butterfly sometimes wearing shiny red boots and pigtails decked out in holographic ribbons I did it for roughly ten years It was pretty good at it I paid well as a freelance gig mostly company parties Being a face painter is like serving as an embedded spy in the republic of childhood Kids speak freely around you don't even register your an adult They're sweet they're weird they're funny they're mean And even though they're pint sized they're already real sensitive to social status and hierarchy I remember this one kid Let's call him Charlemagne Pulling ranked on another boy by explaining that his dad worked in a corner office And I kept painting but it occurred to me that this kid would have no idea why a corner office was even desirable He hadn't spent any time in a sunless cubicle yet he just heard the boast at home and trotted it out here as evidence that Charlemagne senior was higher up on the corporate ladder than this other kid who was also waiting in line for me to paint a glitter Batman on his cheek I'm dessa this is deeply human And we're talking about social status prestige influence and dominance And our personal lives and our work lives in our societies at large Why do we form social hierarchies We're born into the mini hierarchy of our homes where parents of the de facto bosses And as a little kid myself I was very eager to level the family organizational chart Constantly campaigning my mom for an equal vote in domestic policy decisions Let's all just are your case and trust the best plans will rise to the top.
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"Achieved by generations before And I thank all of you That from this first round to have voted for me to have chosen for me thank you The World Bank says it expects Ukraine's economy to shrink by 45% this year as a result of the war with Russia The development body has already provided nearly a $1 billion of assistance and is promising another 2 billion in the months ahead Here's Jonathan Joseph's The World Bank says the war is a massive blow to Ukraine's economy and enormous financial support is needed immediately to keep president zelensky's government running and to support a population enduring all the hardships of war Ukraine was a major source of crops such as sunflower oil and wheat but with exports brought to a halt global food prices have risen and Ukraine has lost an important earner unprecedented sanctions mean the World Bank is forecasting Russia's economy will contract more than 11% this year Belarus Kyrgyzstan Moldova and Tajikistan are also likely to suffer recessions The Austrian Chancellor Karl nehammer is to travel to Moscow on Monday for talks with president Putin He'll be the first EU leader to meet the Russian president in person since the invasion of Ukraine Austrian officials say mister nehammer wants to promote dialog between Moscow and Kyiv World news from the BBC And in the WNYC newsroom I'm Tiffany Hansen Mayor Eric Adams is spending his 100th day in office not at Coney Island as he'd planned but out of the public eye after testing positive for COVID-19 today According to the mayor's office Adams woke up this morning with a raspy voice and took a rapid test which came back negative but a subsequent PCR test which is more sensitive and detecting the virus came back positive The mayor's press secretary Fabian levy said Adams is not experiencing any other symptoms and will be taking antiviral medication and working remotely as he heals The mayor did attend last Saturday's gridiron dinner in Washington D.C. the event has been reported as a possible super spreader event after several high profile public officials who attended also tested positive for the virus In New York is set to provide some relief at the gas pump the state will cut its gasoline taxes by 16 cents from June 1st through the remainder of the year It's part of a $220 billion state budget agreement between governor Kathy hochul and state lawmakers some critics say a gas tax holiday won't do much to drive down prices but state senator James Gordon of Long Island says lawmakers had to take action This is perhaps a small but I say a significant step that is going to save New Yorkers a lot of money The legislature passed the state budget yesterday morning after an.
WCBM 680 AM
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"After a flurry of lawsuits were filed by state and local governments across the U. S. Over the addiction and overdose. Pandemic trials have begun and the pace of settlements has picked up. John Scott reporting, Hurricane Olaf has slipped back to tropical storm status. After slamming into Los Cabos result resort at the tip of Mexico's Baja California peninsula. At times, winds were up to 100 MPH and drenched the region with very heavy rain. Breaking news and analysis at town hall dot com. Russia's state controlled gas giant, completing the construction of the Nord Stream two gas pipeline to Germany. The BBC's Jonathan Joseph has the story. This controversial pipeline under the Baltic Sea has been a decade in the making. Its completion was held up by American functions on a company involved with its construction. They will believe in May despite President Biden's opposition to the project amid concerns it will be used as a political weapon. For Russia. Completion means billions more dollars flowing into government coffers. It's the biggest shareholder in gas problem. In return, Europe gets the gas that will keep its economy running. But it means an increased dependence on a country that is already its biggest external energy supplier. Wall Street Friday the Dow was off 271 points, the NASDAQ dropped 132. More on these stories of town hall dot com. WCBM Baltimore climb to the temperature forecasts into the weekend with Southwest winds and the numbers up into the nineties By Sunday and Monday. 59 degrees are low overnight. Mostly sunny Saturday. A high of 83 91 on Sunday with sunshine and low to mid nineties Monday and Tuesday and not too far away from touching records across the Atlantic and some locations early next week warmed up by the way with almost a summer like Phil. Like this weekend. I'm Scott Lorrie Moore at the Weather Channel on talk Radio. 6 80 Wcbm. This is Drew Tikkanen, Elliott. Money, riches and wealth each Wednesday night at six PM I interview a guest on personal finances to help educate you. Listen. Wednesday night at six p.m. two money, riches and wealth on talk radio 6 80 wcbm the views and opinions you here on talk radio 6, 80, wcbm and wcbm dot com are not necessarily those of the owners, management, employers and advertisers of wcbm, but they should be radio snakes..
WCBM 680 AM
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"Are suing New York City. The lawsuit is over a limit on these, the city put in place during the pandemic to protect restaurants devastated by the force closure of their dining rooms. The city has continued to extend those caps even as vaccinations allow more indoor dining, costing the companies millions of dollars over the summer, according to the lawsuit. In the suit filed late Thursday, the U. S District Court of the Southern District of New York. Doordash, Grubhub and Uber eats called the fee caps. Government outreach John Scott reported ahead of the Louisiana State Police said Friday he wants to know why 67% of his agency's uses of force in recent years have been directed at black people. And would welcome a U. S Justice department pattern and practice probe into potential racial profiling if that is deemed necessary. News and analysis at town hall that calm I'm Keith Peters in Washington. Russia's state controlled gas giant, said Friday it has completed the construction of the Nord Stream two gas pipeline to Germany. This controversial pipeline under the Baltic Sea has been a decade in the making. Its completion was held up by American sanctions on a company involved with its construction. They will waive the made despite President Biden's opposition to the project amid concerns it will be used as a political weapon. For Russia. Completion means billions more dollars flowing into government coffers. It's the biggest shareholder Gazprom. In return, Europe gets the gas that will keep its economy running. But it means an increased dependence on a country that is already its biggest external energy supplier. BBC correspondent Jonathan Joseph's reporting Ukraine's president has described the new pipeline as a geopolitical weapon for Russia, which annexed Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula in 2014. More on these stories at town hall that calm Comfortable, low humidity and temperatures in the fifties. For tonight, 59 degrees are low sunshine Saturday High of 83, then some nineties showing up for Sunday Monday like we're running backwards into summertime again early next week here in Baltimore. Big increase in the numbers. I'm Scott Lorrie Moore at the Weather Channel on Talk Radio 6 80 Wcbm. Do.
860AM The Answer
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"Largest food delivery companies are suing New York City. The lawsuit is over a limit on fees the city put in place during the pandemic to protect restaurants devastated by the force closure of their dining rooms. The city has continued to extend those caps even as vaccinations allow more indoor dining, costing the companies millions of dollars over the summer, according to the lawsuit. In the suit filed late Thursday, the U. S District Court of the Southern District of New York. Doordash, Grubhub and Uber Eats call The fee caps government outreach John Scott, reporting ahead of the Louisiana State Police said Friday he wants to know why 67% of his agency's uses of force in recent years have been directed at black people. And would welcome a U. S Justice department pattern and practice probe in the potential racial profiling if that is deemed necessary. News and analysis at town hall that calm I'm Keith Peters in Washington. Russia's state controlled gas giant, said Friday it has completed the construction of the Nord Stream two gas pipeline to Germany. This controversial pipeline under the Baltic Sea has been a decade in the making. Its completion was held up by American sanctions on a company involved with its construction. They will waved in May despite President Biden's opposition to the project amid concerns it will be used as a political weapon. For Russia. Completion means billions more dollars flowing into government coffers. It's the biggest shareholder in gas problem. In return, Europe gets the gas that will keep its economy running. But it means an increased dependence on a country that is already its biggest external energy supplier. BBC correspondent Jonathan Joseph's reporting Ukraine's president has described. The new pipeline is a geopolitical weapon for Russia, which annexed Ukraine's.
Boomer & Gio
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"Ted in front of nine salad jerry in four boomer. Ngo we'll get back to your calls. More on the mets yankees the football blah blah blah blah blah. Got a lot to do still in the next hour and ten minutes. But i figured for now what the hell we got two guys in here. That have been around a long time. The prestige for sure ceelo spring of seven was my intern shale. And then right into part time work okay. Oh three for me as an intern hiatus bs. You didn't have to bring that break promote through. While i was here from three to two thousand ten and then back again for a short scene and then left on my own that time and then came back so your third tour of duty. Yeah exactly three times a charm. It's hope so. I want to be fun just to see what you guys know about the morning show. Since you're now filling in on like i am right now. A lot eight questions. Not that big a deal. Some i will let him get the first shot someone doing the buzzer thing. 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"Asking that question i understand. Just be some rain. Medium member out there asking about the constitution as something that they could do to control that. Dan hoard and dave lapham get their checks from the for office. The front office is trying to do this work. What do they have to gain by doing it. I didn't understand it at all. i still don't understand it. Twenty four hours later but anyways beyond that. There's still a month to go before the regular season. And i think for several weeks now when we've talked about jesse his contract i've compared it to the agent green situation back in twenty fifteen age agreeing waited until dez bryant engineers tomlin's both sides. They're extensions over the summer. It took until the very last weekend of the off season for the bengals to ink age agreed to a four year. Sixty million dollar deal. I think jeff hopsitals right before green went onto the plane for them to play. The oakland raiders. I think even happens in this off season. It's going to happen right around then. It's typically went. A lot of the bengals exceptions happen and honestly. There's no reason yet to expect that this deal will not get done sometime before based has to basically test the free agent. Market very rarely. Do they let these guys kind. Walk out. I think jonathan joseph carlson. The only two that i can think of in the last ten years. Will they've let a guy who supremely-talented very young coming off his rookie contract. And they don't extend him so until we get to september in these reports are still here. I think we should all come down. The ballot. shameless self mayan here. But i think it is kind of some some interesting information. There is a contract offer out to jamal adams which is a four year. Seventy million dollar contract about seventeen and a half million per year annual average And it's thirty. Eight million guaranteed on that contract. That's the offer. The seahawks have out to jamal. Adams.
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"Morning report from the bbc world. Service on victoria craig. good morning. The taliban is continuing to close in on afghanistan's capital kabul today after taking control of kandahar and herat the country's second and third cities it's the most significant development in a string of recent victories for the militants the group now controls a third of the country's regional capitals as the withdrawal of us led troops in afghanistan nears completion now the uk us and other countries are sending troops back into the country to help evacuate their citizens and afghan staff who've worked alongside them. Germany has also threatened to end financial support to afghanistan if the taliban gains complete control of the country that something. Us officials have said could happen within the next month. The bbc's in ayatollah cassini explains where millions of dollars in financial assistance has come from over the years and how it's been distributed and post a twenty years. We have seen in americans in uk germany. All the countries were funding honest on in different sectors in yours reconstruction all these progress in las twenty years. Which was made in afghanistan. it was only possible with this huge amount of money. And that's what i was gonna say. How has all this money. Ben news you briefly mentioned you know that. There are several sectors of the economy that it has gone to. So can you just break that down for us. A little bit of you have seen progress. This money which went to aghanistan lost twenty years mainly road. Construction was really obvious. Now that is connectivity between if there is no fighting subject to that there are roads did with airports factories were bill but unfortunately it is also a fact that embezzlement money says that do some contracts. A big chunk of money has come out of the country and back today council for those who working as contractors a lot of warlords. I have also met pocketed millions of dollars this morning. The u k defense secretary has warned the a takeover by the taliban could lead to a rise in poverty and terrorism across the country. Are these kinds of warnings from governments over financial aid sort of start for negotiations with the taliban which wants to be seen as a legitimate governing power with economic support from other global powers the international community all in talks with the taliban yesterday were day meeting have issued a statement calling for Seasonal violence these statement has an impact but unfortunately civilians are suffering and it will need a lot of pressure from international community if symptom but comes after september will be very cold in different parts of ghanistan than did it will be a big catastrophe. is not taken by international community in terms of engaging taliban in the goldman for a comprehensive solution in order to help population of the county the bbc's in ayatollah cassini thank you so much for your time this morning. Thanks for having me to china now where there's growing concern today about more disruption to the global shipping industry. The country has partially closed. One of the world's busiest ports a terminal south of shanghai after a worker tested positive for covert nineteen. The bbc's jonathan joseph's has that story. After identifying a positive case of curve in nineteen that ningbo zhoushan the chinese authorities have taken determined steps to prevent it spreading but this is quickly disrupted global trade with two vessels from the french shipping. Lines the gm forced to stay in port. The company says another three of its vessels of how to change their routes. It isn't alone in that. One shipping industry source told the bbc. The situation was bad supply. Chains have already been stretched as companies continue to suffer from the disruption of the sewage canal blockage and dacoven outbreak in june at another chinese port. That's the bbc's jonathan joseph's reporting there jitters about global trade or just one of many factors hitting stock markets across asia today ongoing concerns about a regulatory crackdown from the chinese government and spread of the corona virus delta variant are also putting investors. They're on edge. The the shanghai composite index fell a quarter percent today while the hang seng in hong kong fell nearly half a percent meanwhile european shares are still hovering near record levels. That's thanks to upbeat. Corporate earnings benchmarks across london. Paris and frankfurt are up in the two tenths to five tenths percent range. The de facto leader of electronics giant. Samsung has been released from jail today. In south korea lee jae yong served just over half of thirty month prison sentence for corruption. The reason he's too important to the economy to keep behind bars. That's according to the country's president moon jae-in the bbc's laura bicker has more on that. From the capital seoul. The justice ministry said it had made the decision to release mr lee. After considering the effects of the pandemic on the country's economy his parole comes with five years of business restrictions and he will need permission to work or travel. He also faces further charges of throat and stock manipulation and offen- guilty. He could be jailed once more. His release comes as some-some his poised to make a major investment in semiconductor facilities in the united states amid a global shortage of computer chips. The defacto leader of the world's biggest memory. Chipmaker was convicted of braving a close friend of the former president park and hey the scandal reignited public outrage in south korea about the cozy relationship between government and big business a link the current president has promised to sever. That's the bbc's laura bicker reporting.
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"It's a decision pro. Palestinian groups have been pressing the company to make the bbc's jonathan joseph's has more on that story brennan jerry's is known for its unconventionally named ice cream flavors such as half baked and chunky monkey. It now says it be inconsistent with our values to continue selling them in the west bank and east jerusalem. The company wouldn't say what prompted the decision but it has a reputation for getting involved in social and political issues. This latest decision has been welcomed by pro palestinian groups. Muck nausea is from the boycott divestment and sanctions obedience movement. And then. we'll hemingway. This announcement is so important and came after years of pressure on the company to end its involvement in violation of international law and our palestinian rights. Israel's prime minister naftali bennett has led the criticism of ben and jerry's cooling their decision morally wrong and bad business in a phone call with unilever's bosc. He warned there would be severe consequences. His foreign minister is the appeared. Michelle shem medinat over thirty states in the united states have passed anti pd legislation. In recent years. I plan on asking each of them to enforce these against ben and jerry's so they won't treat us in such way it's work really tackle. Bomani unilever has distances itself from the decision saying that ben and jerry's maintains the independence enshrined in its takeover more than twenty years ago. The ice cream will continue to be widely sold in israel where the company sells ice cream supermarkets and operates one manufacturing facility and to scoop shops but it could yet be frozen out if israelis refuse to buy it in protest. I'm the bbc's jonathan joseph's for marketplace to india now where a new study from the us based center for global development suggests covert related. Deaths are up to ten times higher than the official figure of four hundred fifteen thousand. India's government has been struggling to ramp up its corona virus vaccination program since january just five percent of the population has received their shots. And as the bbc's mukherjee explains it's women who are falling behind in the vaccination drive long lines at vaccination centres spotting more men than women is a common sight and government. Data confirms that fourteen percent. Fewer women are getting vaccinated. Doppler cheaper the hunt a homemaker is reflecting that statistic despite living in mumbai. A city badly hit by the second. We've receiving gobert. Nineteen shot is not a priority. She says. I encourage my husband to take the vaccine because he has to go out for work while we stay at home so he is more atrisk if he gets vaccinated then. The whole family is safe in rural india where two thirds of the population lives. The gap is worse with only a third of women being able to access the internet booking appointments online is not an option while walk ins have been allowed recently volunteered. Oopsy women are still finding it difficult to break stereotypes and travel alone to vaccination centres from their villages. Social workers like shelvin your body can be seen interacting with women trying to answer anxious questions. Many of them about what the vaccine may due to a women's reproductive system was this vehicle mementos polity being small hoops onto the questions. Giving more women. The vaccine is also important for the economy. The number of women working in india has been rapidly falling for years. And during the second. We've got a lot worse. The female unemployment rate was at nine thousand nine percent almost double. That of meant this situation bed. Women stay in back. Economist and founder of a women centric. Think-tank i wage somatic kapur says india is literally losing half of its productive labor force dorm. Do these acts in time. How would you do get these women back in a heavier weight into the was when entities the beagle the international monetary fund says achieving gender parity in the economy could boost india's gdp by nearly twenty seven percent and shorting women are vaccinated. Would be an important first step in that direction in delhi on the bbc's mukherjee for marketplace and here in london. I'm victoria craig with the marketplace morning report from the bbc world service. I am hollywood host of marketplace tech. A show that helps you understand the digital economy. How a more of the country get access to better internet.
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"Its lowest in sixteen years. That's meant less spending on new projects overseas in areas. Such as coming construction and transport links europe and north america were the worst affected regions. Asia was the only wants to see growth as more money flowed into china hong kong india. Jonathan joseph reporting there today. Corporate giants are taking the reins in japan's covid. Nineteen vaccination drive companies including carmaker toyota and investment conglomerate. Softbank have set up their own vaccine centers for employees their families nearby residents. It's all part of a government plan to try and boost the nation's vaccine take up and reduce pressure on local governments. The bbc's morocco. Roy explains why japan's vaccine rollout has been slow so initially said that they would allow people above the age of sixty five to start getting the jobs. But i saw a lot of people complaining that the website actually was overwhelmed by the amount and wasn't accessible especially because it was targeting the elderly population a lot of them had to ask their children grandchildren to help out then they started having issues of people not showing up canceling last minute so in order not to get the jobs wasted they started inviting people of younger age groups that also allowing companies to start the rollout among its employees and also their family members to really speed up vaccine rolled out and we know that work plays a big role in people's lives in japan. So do you think that pressure from work colleagues could potentially be more effective than maybe just average societal pressure to get a vaccine there if someone was feeding reluctant about getting vaccinated i think they would still even among their colleagues. I think the anti vaccine sentiment is strong enough for people to feel comfortable to say that they don't want to receive the job. But at the same time given the scale over some of those companies involved in this campaign so softbank telecom giant also conglomerate. It can vaccinate about a quarter of a million people toyota comic. You're also trying to handle about eighty thousand people. So instead of people having to resolve the vaccine tickets in order to make the appointment with their local authorities. And i think this is a much quicker way to get as many people vaccinated before the ticket and start the bbc's morocco. Thanks so much for your time number one. Well whether the olympic games should go ahead has been a controversial topic in japan. Despite scientific advice the events should be held an empty stadiums olympic or this morning. Fix the spectator limit at just fifty percent of venue capacity. That's a maximum of ten thousand people. They said though that if covid nineteen infections surge the games could move behind closed. Doors in. London victoria craig with the marketplace morning report from the bbc world service..
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"Camp the offensive coordinator in the quarterback. So that would be new offense coordinator matt canada and of course ben rothlisberger are on the same page. How often have we heard that. Ben rothlisberger in his offensive coordinator are at odds. Whether it was sometimes with bruce arians whether it was times with todd haley was the previous offensive coordinator. Ben rothlisberger had some issues with has had issues with offensive coordinators in the past. But as of right now they seem to be on the same page. Candida said quote. We're gonna do what ben wants to do. And how ben wants do it. Our job is putting every player in position to make plays or changes terminology. How're calling things. Which has been an adjustment for ben he has adapted easily just like we all knew that he would he continues. But that is our job matchups or how you win football games. It starts with the quarterback. What does he do. Well what does he like. What does he see. What is good to his. I in the passing game and then we build off of that. And that's what we're gonna do. His voice's vision. What he sees will be what we so. That is a quote from offense coordinator matt canada As he and ben rothlisberger are growing their new working relationship together in Things are rosy for the time being. We'll see how that progresses or regresses potentially in this in the regular season depending on how the steelers do the ravens have also a minicamp update and they got taken young back He is a cornerback of a very deep. Cornerback group in secondary group in baltimore. They always seem to have talented secondary players. He is back practicing and of late. The defense is dominating through most of the practices. But sammy watkins is shining sammy. Watkins guy. Some bengals folks thought would land in cincinnati but alas not the case so sounds like as usual. The baltimore defense is ahead of the their offense at this point in time So take that for what you well. Let's go some browns news Couple of things with the browns in one of which transitions pretty well into general. Nfl news outside of the afc. North the nick chubb and denzel order hoping to remain with the browns but they are talking new contracts this is from the akron beacon journal marla ridenour with the article here but nick chubb has been outstanding an integral part of the turnaround in the success. In recent years for the cleveland browns dens award has been a solid cornerback and obviously playing at ohio state. He wants to just kinda stay in the area playing in his hometown. So that's the that's the hope and like the bengals as the bengals like to do. The browns are trying to cement summertime contracts with a couple of their biggest stars before they hit free agency and they want to lock up their core guys. So we'll have to keep an eye on that and going back to the ravens. Just a second. In lamar jackson has always been is constantly been asked about his contract extension situation in what you know what is going on there. And there's there hasn't been much many updates at this point in time so more on the browns and kind of transitioning into the nfl sheldon. Richardson was a little bit of a surprise. Cut by them Save them some cap space. But the minnesota vikings are bringing back sheldon richardson He was with them When was he with them. A couple of years ago. I believe but is richardson's dinner at been in the league for awhile since two thousand thirteen years the defensive rookie of the year He was he was in cleveland. Two seasons in prior to that was in minnesota so a talented guy in a guy. That mike zimmer will undoubtedly us so the bengals will likely be seeing him week. One pending whatever happens the rest of the summer but He will be back there so talented player before before. That one just took place a little bit before. I took the air here on tuesday but before that he basically made it known that there was. You know. i'm not going back to cleveland and the reunion with minnesota was maybe more likely at that point so this is nfl news but it also is bengals news so we can talk about this one. Jonathan joseph retires the former bengals. Cornerback who was a very talented guy with them. Borderline pro player with them ended up making a pro bowl with houston in was integral on their little. Run that they had in the early two thousands when they beat the bengals twice in the postseason but he in two thousand six. The bengals made a first round pick year after they drafted leon hall and they had a really good tandem of corners so He tweeted out on june tenth in the summer of two thousand and six. I signed my first. Nfl contract with the cincinnati. Bengals fifteen years later i can say is my childhood goal of making it to the nfl. I will never forget as a kid telling my father. I wanted to be in the nfl. Joseph left the bengals after one is rookie. Deal was up. He left amid a controversy or anything but he left amid some not so complimentary words for the the team. I guess he kinda Had a gave us a peek behind the curtain. A little bit talking about member of the infamous gatorade things where players had to buy their own gatorade and There's all kinds of different stuff. But nevertheless joseph was a very integral part of the bengals success in that o nine nine season And then of course you know. I was a big part of what the texans were building in the in the early. Two thousand ten. They're good player for a long time and A really respectable career and So congratulations to jonathan joseph on The the the great career retirement enjoy retirement. Maybe he'll be back in the media or whatnot. We don't know but At any rate good player was a good player for a couple of different teams there. So congratulations to him. Couple more of our bounce out here. 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"It's anthony because with the orange. Bike insider bengals podcasts. It feels like it has been a year and a day. Since i have taken the area and or we've talked and bengals with you and i guess i should start off with a little bit of an apology on that front. Because we had a great show lined up for alaska last wednesday and i unfortunately had a little bit of a sudden in freak injury. Occur to me on that day So i apologize. We did not take the apologize. It's been awhile since we have not taken the air. I'm still recovering from that. Still trying to find out more about what happened with me personally but At any at any rate i You know just trying to hang in there a little bit in and work through it. But i apologize to the listeners. Because we had everything set up and then it was just kind of a freak deal and Went to the er and the whole thing so not not fun but getting through it and happy to be back talking with you. All about the bengals about mandatory minicamp and all kinds of different things going on with the cincinnati bengals with the afc north with the rest of the nfl. There's a lot of news to get to. it's been an entire week. i can't even can't even believe it. It's been an entire week before we get to the news. I want to let you know aside from this show. We've got a big show plan for tomorrow. We have lyndsey patterson prominent espn espn prominent cincinnati sports media member and You see her all over the place. Bengals beat podcast. Cincinnati inquirer all kinds of different places. So we are excited to have her on the program and talk with her about the sights and sounds from. Ota's mandatory mini camp and everything. So we've got that show and then we will be doing listener. Questions live where we answer your questions live on the air on friday so join us for that submit some questions beforehand and have yours answered on the air. Let's start were. Here's here's what we're gonna do. We're going to start with the kind of general news with the bengals. Some things that have been happening over the past couple of days. And then we'll go into the we'll go into the A slash mandatory mini camp updates and things that we are seeing there. And what you know. What all kinds of different things that are happening there. So let's get it going here. I'm trying to pull up one quick thing before we do in we'll get it set up Let's start if if we can with a little bit of some stuff. That kind of came out yesterday. This is we gotta share this for a variety of reasons. But we want to share this. Because he's one of our personal favorites on this program. He's been on our show. I guess i think it's been three times now. Mike daniels one of our very favorites. Great great guy. He's incredibly personable guy and A good football player. A good solid guy in the bengals locker room This is something through the player's tribune. Where players right kind of their own articles and put it out there. A lot of are long form type articles but this is on cincy. Jungle dot com. Mike daniels calls for juneteenth to be a federal holiday and you can see the entire kind of what his way his take on this growing up and why he thinks it should be a federal holiday. It is june nineteenth Can we won't go through through the full history lesson here. But i do recommend that you read. His article on the players tribune. There's a bit more on cincy. Jungle dot com. Obviously you can see june. nineteenth eighteen. Sixty five is is the date in history but It's it's a really really neat article from a guy who just is incredibly charismatic and has been a great addition to the bengals football team. So we would be remiss if we did not at least highlight this a little bit in in and tell you all about it. If you haven't seen it to go to the player's tribune. Or since he don't go dot com. It's linked the article it to the players tribune in checkout. What mike daniels wrote about juneteenth very very just an important article and a very good read by one of our favorites on the team. The bengals are also working with in case you have not heard. This is since jungle as well working with five coaches in the nfl's minority fellowship program. There is one named mike brown. But not that mike. Brown is our our chief. Jason markham notes in the article on cincy jungled dot com. Coaching interns kenny. Ray augusta's who is a co defensive coordinator and defensive line coach at mckendry university Larry black i believe this is larry black who actually made a stop. Yeah went went on to sign with the bengals college free agent. He was a guy I think it was. He was chronicled in the bengals. Second hard knocks where he had. He was one of those guys that everybody was kind of pulling for. Unfortunately had a pretty bad injury but has gotten into. Coaching is the defensive line coach at the university of toledo. So bengals are bringing him back in this coaching program. Mike brown wide receivers coach at the university of cincinnati Tessa grossman a grad assistant in sports performance coach at illinois state university A graduate of dartmouth college which i believe runs pretty prominent dartmouth college alums in the brown family. So they've got a good A good pulse on things there. Steve langa hopefully. I am pronouncing that correctly. Offensive quality control coach at the university of north texas And then It is bill. Welsh bill walsh fellowship program. Obviously bill walsh spent some time with the cincinnati bengals so the bengals bringing in five Coaching interns. They're pretty cool stuff. There's been a lot of talk. I think the last time. Unfortunately not last wednesday but the wednesday prior we talked about jesse bates in his ranking in this pf system and all this kind of stuff but basically there is some good news here. The bengals secondary overall is listed in the top. Half by of the nfl by pro football. Focus you know. Say what you want about that but that does speak a little bit of volumes. Based on the fact that the bengals lost william jackson top corner they did bring into dobie a ymca. They did they're getting back. Trae wayne's they brought in mike hilton. They added von bell last year. Of course they have jesse bay twos emerging as one of the best defensive players in all of football it the unit ranks fifteenth in the nfl by pro football focus. Ben lindsey of pro. Football focus writes quote a collection of secondary starters that includes trains to dobie a woozy. Mike hilton von bell won't necessarily scare opponents but there aren't many weak links in this group. Either the bengals have done a good job. Solidifying the unit through free agency over the past few offseasons. It kinda reminds me a little bit with the bengals. Have done in the secondary this year. If you go back to like the first few years of the andy dalton era member. They lost jonathan joseph. We'll have more on him and a little bit. They lost johnson joseph to free agency. They got like nate clements. They got terence. Newman they've got reggie nelson. That was in twenty ten and they kind of collected these guys via trades and free agency. And all this kind of stuff and all of a sudden day You know they ended up kind of piecing together through different means a pretty solid secondary. Not one that was absolutely outstanding but one that played pretty. Well under mike zimmer and obviously that's the hope here with this group performing well under lou room. Oh mike zimmer was familiar with quite a few of those guys in that secondary before he got to the bengals in now You know this is kind of a little bit of a similar deal. Flew in a remote guys. He's comfortable with familiar with all that stuff. So pro. football focus has the bengals secondary ranked fifteenth with their rankings..
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"jonathan joseph" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Out a little bit. I mean, that would kind of be nice to be a plus. No doubt about it. All right. Well, I insist you have a fantastic weekend. We'll talk to you next time out. Safe to you, sir. Alright, Adios. Temp is 7700 W well, But you 700 wlw sport. Thank you very much. Mikey. Reds update the Reds home stand continues tonight first or three up against those Colorado Rockies. 700 wlw coverage on fireworks Friday begins at 6 10 with sports talking the RL carriers inside bitch Kelsey Chevrolet Extra inning show After the game, The Reds split a four game set against the Rockies in Denver last month. High School Baseball Ohio State Division or I O State SEMIFINALS today, Division three Ch CH. Battles. Barnesville at 10 A.m. Division to Baden goes up against Clara Carol Bloom at four tomorrow in Division one. It's Elder Meeting ST John's Jesuit, Kentucky Girl State softball tonight in the tournament. It is Boone County Meeting Pendleton County tomorrow. Henry County. Goes up against Greene County in Kentucky, but baseball state attorney Tomorrow at one it is Beechwood battling Danville COLLEGE football. There are reports of proposal to be considered next week by league commissioners who managed the postseason system that they would expand the college football playoffs. From 4 to 12 teams. Bengals UPDATE. Bengals will hold a season ticket open HOUSE tomorrow at PBS. From nine AM to five PM fans will be able to check out available seat locations You should. R s v p at Bengals dot com. Forward slash open House Former Bengals first round pick Jonathan Joseph J. Joe has announced his retirement after 15 years of the National Football League. He spent the first five years in the league with Cincinnati Chicago Bears have signed their first round draft pick. Former Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields gets a multi year deal worth $18 million. NHL Columbus Blue Jackets Will a longtime assistant coach Brad Larson is their team's new head coach today taking over for John Tortorella. The Stanley Cup semi finals are set Tampa Bay up against the New York Islanders. Vegas Golden Knights Meet The Montreal Canadians racing this weekend at Texas Motor Speedway. It's a NASCAR All Star race. Sunday night million dollars there to the winner. Also Xfinity and trucks run tomorrow at Texas. The Indy cars hold a double header at the Detroit Grand Prix Bill Dennison 700 WLW sport..
Dressed: The History of Fashion
Little Red Fashion for Kids and Teens With Jonathan Joseph
"We are chatting about the future of fashion education for kids we were recently contacted by dressed listener. Jonathan joseph about his incredible new educational startup for kids and teens which is called little red fashion. Yes and honestly i friends. I can't emphasize this is. This is literally fashion's future in the making and one of the cool platforms for little red. Fashion is that fashion is for everyone and as their mission states quote our goal is to help shape the future of an industry too long plagued by issues related to negative body. Image elitism color ism racism and more and we are here to ensure that the next generation fashion leaders and creatives learns from the mistakes of the past and is even more inspired and empowered than ever from books in both digital and print format apps including sketchbooks optionality and also digital mentor ships. Little red fashion is combining the best of both physical and online education materials to quote make fashion history accessible and fine which we love and then using quote materials and arts literacy and stem fields based on fashion to teach in new ways in quote and we cannot wait to welcome jonathan joseph to the show to discuss his vision and what we can expect from little red fashion very very soon. Welcome jonathan jonathan. Thank you so much for joining us today on dressed relief. Thank you so much for having me able. I'm such a fan of the show. I love the work that you've is stupid and i'm so honored to join your leicester's pantheon of dressed guests. How yeah. i'm excited to dive into everything. We're building the fashion Be the first of our kind as the children's fashion ed tech and elgin company histories super exciting. Something i'm really passionate about. And honestly i am really honored to have this platform out because just let other with our bishen. I think of january. Nobody's been working on this for years.
The Gap sorry for T-shirts with China map that omits Taiwan
"Games have been in australia legally until today when their visas expire a s diplomat who was involved in a fatal traffic accident in pakistan has been allowed to leave the country a pakistani officials said the diplomat had left on monday night following a high court decision that he had diplomatic immunity the us attache who'd been driving a vehicle in islamabad last month was accused of jumping a red light and hitting a motorcycle killing one man and injuring another the incident sparked street protests the us city of seattle has imposed a new tax on the biggest companies based there the measure is aimed at creating affordable housing jonathan joseph's reports seattle city hall was packed with placardwaving protesters from both sides for this vote in the end it was unanimously decided to impose a tax on companies with annual sales of more than twenty million dollars it's expected to raise around forty seven million dollars a year to tackle homelessness and housing affordability crisis which supporters of the tax argue have been caused by the city's rapid economic growth amazon and starbucks for among the major international companies that will have to pay up seattle's mayor says the tax strikes a balance that will allow innovation to continue the american clothing retailer gap has apologized for selling a t shirt featuring them up of china that doesn't include taiwan china considers taiwan to be part of its territory currently under rebel control gap said in a statement published on on the chinese social media network way ball that it was sorry for what it called an unintentional mistake way bo users points died that the map on the t shirt also emitted south tibet and the south china sea bbc news we have about roughly by six hundred bucks in this club we sold some birds last year will we stuck nigerian farmer alcon achy bomb makes a little money from his egglaying hens but the real money is in broilers or chickens reared for meat now he has romanised twenty five acre farm for plenty of them if only he had the money to increase his stock it's very hard to get financing banks and already to give you loans and wendy do the rates are very high family doesn't have collateral.
Linda Brown, student at the center of landmark Brown v. Board of Education, dead at 76
"The canadian prime minister justin trudeau has formally apologized for the hanging in the nineteenth century of a group of indigenous leaders by the british colonial authorities mr trudeau absolve the joke ot chiefs of any wrongdoing in what is considered to be one of the most infamous episodes in canadian history they were tried and hanged over the killing of fourteen white settlers after being called to what they thought were peace talks linda brown who was at the center of a landmark legal case that ended racial segregation in american schools has died at the age of seventy six reforms resulting from the case had a transformational effect on american society peterborough's reports linda brown was nine years old when her father tried to enroll her at an all white school in the city of topeka in kansas at the time all the state schools were segregated and she was refused admission because she was black her father sued the local education board for similar cases were combined and the complaint was heard by the supreme court in a landmark and unanimous ruling in one thousand nine hundred ninety four the court said separate educational facilities were inherently unequal world news from the bbc the relatives of ninety argentine soldiers who died in the falklands war in nine hundred eighty to her pay their respects to their loved ones after their remains were identified using modern forensic technology praise from argentina and the falklands conducted a ceremony in the windswept darwin cemetery among among more than two hundred mourners us federal trade commission has confirmed that it's investigating facebook's privacy policies following revelations that our political consulting company had been given access to use his personal data facebook could face fines for its actions running to hundreds of millions of dollars the governor of the state of arizona has suspended the ridesharing firm uber from testing self driving cars following a fatal crash earlier this month the company has already halted such tests in the wake of the incident jonathan joseph's reports just over a week ago bakar hit and killed forty nine year old elaine hertzberg she crossed a road late at night the video of the incident was disturbing and alarming according to arizona's governor who in a letter to uber said it raised many questions about the testing of self driving cars doug ducey explained public safety had to be his priority so he was suspending uber's ability to test the.